Massachusetts Seasonal Jobs (MA)

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  • Seasonal Fundraising Order Processor ClerkThe Yankee Candle Company, Inc(Western/Springfield, Massachusetts)

    Position Title: Fundraising Order Processor Clerk – Seasonal Hours: 1st Shift- Monday - Friday, 8:00AM – 4:30PM Job Summary: The Fundraising Order Processing Clerk will assist and support a wide variety of responsibilities such as receiving materials, verifying their purpose, packet/brochure fulfillment, order shipping, etc. all within our Fundraising and Customer Service Department. The ideal per...
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    Posted 2 days ago

  • Parks SeasonallaborerTown Of Shrewsbury(Framingham/Worcester, Massachusetts)

    PARKS SEASONAL LABORER The Town of Shrewsbury is seeking applicants for Parks Dept. Seasonal Laborers to trim weeds, paint athletic fields, leaf clean-up and trash removal. Applicants must have a valid Massachusetts Motor Vehicle Operator's License and be a High School grduate. Pay $14.39 per hour, part time, weekday mornings. Position is open until filled. Applications & CORI form available at Pa...
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    Posted Sun 27th July

  • Benefits Coordinator/HR GeneralistTown Of Weston(Boston, Massachusetts)

    BENEFITS COORDINATOR/HUMAN RESOURCES GENERALIST (Search Reopened) Be part of the Weston team. This full time (37.5 hours per week), benefited position performs analytical and administrative work in a variety of benefits and personnel activities, projects and processes. MUST have excellent excel and database skills to manage various details and must be available to the public and internal organizat...
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    Posted Fri 25th July

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